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Fortingall Hotel, Fortingall

Fortingall Hotel, Fortingall
Scotland. Perthshire, PH15 2NQ.

19th Century, 4 star hotel near Aberfeldy and Kenmore in Perthshire with many sporting activities available.

Price per night: £145.

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Fortingall is a charming four star country house hotel near Aberfeldy and Kenmore in Perthshire, located at the entrance to Glen Lyon and close to Loch Tay. Located in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland with spectacular hills, lochs, rivers, woodland and fields. There is an abundance of wildlife including the red squirrel, golden eagles and red deer. Surrounded by wide open spaces where you can walk, climb or cycle, and enjoy the magnificent scenery and all Highland Perthshire has to offer. Fortingall offers world class field sports, fishing and shooting as well as an array of outdoor activities, including proximity to the famous munro mountains Schiehallion and Ben Lawers. The hotel is within easy reach of House of Bruar, Pitlochry, Killin, Blair Castle, Dewar’s World of Whisky and the smallest distillery in Scotland - Edradour. All bedrooms are decorated to a high standard, with luxury en-suite bathrooms featuring both baths and showers.

The Fortingall Hotel is a Victorian built villa, that has not changed dramatically in appearance through the years. The olde world charm and more modern amenities expected of guests in the 21st century mingle with charm and ease. The hotel is a mere stone's throw from the famous Fortingall Yew Tree, said to be the oldest living specimen of living vegetation in Europe! Full Scottish breakfast included. Fortingall has been awarded two AA rosettes for award winning imaginative cuisine using locally sourced produce. The kitchen has a long history of producing high quality food and talented chefs. Dinner is served in either the stylish Arts and Crafts dining room, or the Yew dining room, which offers intimacy and exclusive dining facilities. From morning coffees to afternoon teas to snacks and lunches and dinners there are many dining options at Fortingall including sitting out in the sunshine and taking in the stunning views. Food (and occasionally live folk music) are also served in the traditional, cosy pub the “Ewe” bar. The hotel has WiFi facilities within the library which also houses daily newspapers. Although there is not a television within the lounge, there is a flat screen TV in the Public Bar. The hotel does not have laundry facilities for guests as such, but wet clothes will always be dried!


  • 20th century buildings
  • Breakfast Included
  • Parking (free)
  • No smoking
  • Child Friendly
  • Historic Property
  • Free broadband access (wired)
  • Private/enclosed garden
  • Garden furniture
  • Television
  • Book library
  • Linen included
  • Towels included
  • Sitting room
  • Hair dryers
  • Telephone
  • Central heating
  • Open log fire
  • Restaurant
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Lunch available (at additional cost)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Bar
  • Recommended walks
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Arrival information

Check In: From 2.30pm Check Out: 11.00am Directions: From the A9 take the A827 heading west towards Aberfeldy (exit is located at Ballinluig, 8 miles north of Dunkeld and 5 miles south of Pitlochry). On reaching Aberfeldy, drive through the town to the cross-roads with traffic lights. Turn right onto the B846 towards Kinloch Rannoch and Tummel Bridge. After five miles you will reach a left hand turning at Coshieville, (the white Coshieville House is on the corner) signposted towards Fortingall and Fearnan. Turn left and Fortingall is 3 miles, with the hotel on your right just past the church. From the West take the A85 to Lix Toll, turning towards Killin. Go through Killin and follow Loch Tay on the north side for 10 miles on the A827 to Fearnan. In Fearnan take a left turn, signposted Fortingall, and follow this for approximately 2 miles, crossing the River Lyon, to Fortingall village. Drive through the village and the hotel is on your left, just before the church. Nearest train stations: Perth, Birnam and Pitlochry are the closest. Bus or car hire then required to access Glen Lyon and the village of Fortingall. Buses to Fortingall from Aberfeldy: Caber Coaches no.91

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